There are a whole host of deadly creatures that can kill you a thousand times over with a single bite or sting – spiders, scorpions, snakes and even snails. But what exactly is the difference between "venomous" and "poisonous"? Find out here!
The World Health Organization announced in early March 2020 that Covid-19 virus was at a Pandemic stage across the world. But what exactly does that mean? And how is a Pandemic different to an Outbreak or an Epidemic?
What are we really looking at when we gaze up at the starry night sky? And how old is the universe? Do we know? Let's take a look at the science and the different ideas that have been pitched about this popular debate.
What is “love”? For such a small word, it sure has a deep-rooted connection with almost everything across the world. There's a scientific explanation for a lot of things, including this powerful yet intangible feeling!
Sometimes, life hits you where it hurts and you are so sad, it feels like the world is ending. Well cheer up, because it could kill you! Although rare, it can, and has happened. Here we're going to see how exactly you can die from a broken heart.
To many people, particularly those who aren’t familiar with mathematics, or stopped studying years ago, pi can seem pointless, unnecessary, and confusing. Let’s take a deeper look at pi, where it came from, and why it’s so often used in mathematical calculations.
Floating into the sky via a cluster of balloons is a childhood dream for many kids! But put into real life circumstances, is it even possible? Let's check out if it can be done, and how many balloons it would take!
Many will have heard the expression that in space, no one can hear you scream. Today we're going to get to the truth behind this, but to do this, we need to take a closer look at the science behind it all.
So this is a bit of a strange question really, but at the same time it is somewhat logical to think you could do this. Before we talk about whether or not blood would hydrate you, we’ve got to first think about whether it’s safe to actually drink at all!
By no means was Jack the Ripper the first serial killer. However, until this madman struck, his was the first case to stir up worldwide media frenzy. Even over 100 years later, everyone knows his nickname and the mystery surrounding these attacks are scrutinized. And that’s the million dollar question: Who was Jack the Ripper?
You may have heard the British use the word “autumn” to describe the time of year that ends summer and turns to winter or in simpler terms, the third season. But why do they use a different word? Here we compare the difference between autumn and fall!
Have you ever wondered how blind people dream? This brings up questions like do the blind actually dream visually or are their dreams rooted in the senses available to them; sounds, noises, tastes, feelings? We did a little bit of research into the results are fascinating!